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seek redress for that immediately. .. that went into karl rove's. and they didn't even take it. is that just politics or is that the power of the money and what superpacs is overrated? >> no it is not overrated. i was concerned a lot of reform groups saying the diversity spoke and i think diversity did speak in the election but this proves the money doesn't count that couldn't be further from the truth and money is first of all financing those campaign ads but ultimately it is about access. those checks are being cash right now to writing not just in congress but in the state legislatures from the country. that money is acted already and in 2014 we already know the money is going to be back in the screen to be smarter. in a situation that will be backed only it will be smarter next time. yes? >> my name is louis and i have a background in media on the business side and this is another perspective. having worked all the way to the "washington post," we have had to that advertising repeatedly sending it to the lawyer for them to go to the copy making sure it is done properly why
campaign. i've written about three or four times in my life and i never cease to be amazed. karl rove would have been impressed. they needed, i mean, most of the elite, political elite, only a third of white adult men owned slaves in the south at this point, and most of them didn't own very many, but the political elite that was orchestrated this, especially in the deep south, they were asked in a confident that they could do this, and they believed that it would be able to pull it off. and they didn't have any trouble aligning each other, but the real challenge for them was that this was theoretically a white man's democracy. every adult white men got to vote. there weren't many property qualifications less. so they have to do this by in electoral means. they had to sell it, they had to win an election. and they were not at all confident about that, and i was in a credible amount of violence and intimidation. it was also and even here in south carolina they pulled it off. they called a convention and voted of secession. by lunchtime on the first day. completely unanimous. that's how they w
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